GE Top Load Washer Drive Block Replacement #WH43X10037

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This video provides step-by-step instructions for replacing the drive block on GE top-load washing machines. The most common reason to replace the drive block is if it becomes worn, which causes the washer to make a loud knocking noise, not agitate, or not spin.

All of the information in this drive block replacement video is applicable to the following brands: GE

Step By Step Instructions

1
To replace the drive block, open the washer lid then lift up the dispenser cover and rotate the dispenser cup counter-clockwise to remove.
2
Use a 7/16th inch socket to remove the agitator bolt then lift off the agitator.
3
Remove the old drive block.
4
Install the new drive block by sliding it onto the agitator shaft.
5
Replace the agitator and secure it with the bolt.
6
Align the groove in the dispenser cup with the tabs in the agitator and rotate clockwise to lock it into place.
7
Close the dispenser cover.
8
With the new drive block installed, you’re now ready to plug the power cord back in and confirm that the appliance is functioning properly.
Description
This video provides step-by-step instructions for replacing the drive block on GE top-load washing machines. The most common reason to replace the drive block is if it becomes worn, which causes the washer to make a loud knocking noise, not agitate, or not spin.

All of the information in this drive block replacement video is applicable to the following brands: GE
Step-By-Step Instructions
1
To replace the drive block, open the washer lid then lift up the dispenser cover and rotate the dispenser cup counter-clockwise to remove.
2
Use a 7/16th inch socket to remove the agitator bolt then lift off the agitator.
3
Remove the old drive block.
4
Install the new drive block by sliding it onto the agitator shaft.
5
Replace the agitator and secure it with the bolt.
6
Align the groove in the dispenser cup with the tabs in the agitator and rotate clockwise to lock it into place.
7
Close the dispenser cover.
8
With the new drive block installed, you’re now ready to plug the power cord back in and confirm that the appliance is functioning properly.

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